Palace reception room.
A special feature of this palace is the state reception room, where the roof is decorated with wires. The ballroom consists of a two-ton manual limb that is said to be the only one of its kind in the world.
The entrance to the palace.
The palace has 3 rooms and 3 halls. It has a large collection of system specimens, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, manuscripts, books, an extensive collection of jade and a Venetian chandelier.
It has a carved walnut-roofed library, a replica of Windsor Castle. The library has more than five thousand books. It contains English, Urdu and Persian books as well as a copy of the Qur'an, and rarely already.
The dining hall can seat 2 guests. The chairs are made of rose wood carved with green leather.
Bros. and Watts from England made two identical billiard tables, one in Buckingham Palace and the other in the palace's billiard room.
The palace was privately owned by the Nizam family, and did not normally belong to the common people.